Call Center Staffing Solutions

Written by gcsagents on February 20, 2015

It’s no secret that starting with good people makes a huge difference. Finding the best contact center staff for the job can be a big challenge. Mistakes here can really set back an operation. Defining the right skill sets to recruit will vary based on the needs of a center. In a contractor owned and

Kids say the darndest things…

Written by Greg Alcorn on August 2, 2014

…and so do adults.  Back in the 1960’s, Art Linkletter had a variety show that included interviews with children.  When a child said something unexpected, Linkletter would say his then famous line – Kids say the darndest things.  We’re not sure if “darndest” was or is a word, but everybody understood. One of our current

Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks: Learning New Things in the Contact Center Industry

Written by Bucky Cline on April 23, 2012

The contact center industry is constantly changing due to the intermittent churning of technological advancements and newfound customer needs. Whether you’re new to the industry or a seasoned pro, at some point or another, you will have to learn some new things. And enhancing your knowledge can help you become a better performer and a contact center rock star. Start by trying out different techniques on your calls

5 Benefits to Outsourcing Your Contact Center

Written by Frank Camp on April 11, 2012

For businesses spanning all ranges of products and services, outsourcing works. A major area in which it works quite effectively is the two-way communication between your business and your customer contacts. Although there are other reasons for this type of outsourcing, here are five major reasons why contact center outsourcing works so effectively: 1. Cost

Inbound Customer Engagement ~ What’s Important to Our Clients? Metrics Measured.

Written by Frank Camp on February 24, 2012

Similar to our outbound contact center initiatives we manage on behalf of our clients, for our inbound clients, there are many “moving parts” which drive the measurements our clients have for us. Some of the measurements are unique to the type of interaction we manage (i.e. a sales call versus a customer service call), but